Definition of goûter
: an afternoon snack sat on the sands to eat a childish goûter of bread and butter — Anne Green
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Origin and Etymology of goûter
French, from goûter to taste, enjoy, eat a snack, from Latin gustare to taste, enjoy — more at choose
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